Gregg Holliday has resigned as activities director at Hastings High School.
The Hastings Board of Education unanimously accepted his resignation at its work session meeting Thursday, effective at the end of this school year.
"There are a lot of really great people that I will miss," Holliday said Thursday night. "I really thought that in the end someone would step up and make this right. My family appreciates all the support we have been given."
Holliday would not comment on what led to the resignation, saying it was up to the school to comment.
The school board made no comments prior to voting during Thursday's meeting on the matter.
School officials have been tightlipped about Holliday's sudden absence two weeks ago. Superintendent Craig Kautz has declined to comment, stating that it's a personnel matter.
Principal Jay Opperman confirmed last week that he is serving as interim activities director after the position was vacated the previous week. Opperman said the duties of the position are being performed by other administrators at the school.
On March 29, the following message was posted to Holliday's Twitter feed: "Thank you everyone for your outstanding support for my family and I. A horrific injustice, but we will bounce back. Thank you."
Holliday has three children who attend Hastings Public Schools, two at Hastings Middle School and one at Watson Elementary.